A Living Will is another important document that an estate planning and elder law attorney can help you create. A Living Will is invaluable if you become seriously injured or ill and decisions must be made about your medical care at a time when you are not capable of making those choices. When you establish a Living Will, you will specify in advance what kinds of care you do and do not want, and when you want extraordinary services to be used to keep you alive. For example, you can specify whether you would want a ventilator or a feeding tube to be utilized to keep you alive. By ensuring that you get the medical care you want to receive (and you don’t get care you do not want), a Living Will can also spare your loved ones from having to make difficult decisions about your care. Learn more here about what a Living Will is and why you might want to create one.